Sunday, September 2, 2012

Gooney Bird Greene Giveaway

I must say that I adore Gooney Bird Greene!
And my class quadruple adores Gooney.


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I just finished reading this to my class last week and this one little story has SO many good teaching points for mini lessons. Plus, Gooney Bird Greene models wonderful story telling!

Here's one teacher's take on all the teaching opportunities for this book.



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18 comments:

  1. My favorite read aloud is Sideways Stories from Wayside School by Louis Sachar. It makes my students laugh each and every year!
    ~Lorraine
    Fabulous 4th Grade Froggies
    rainee2011@gmail.com

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  2. My favorite story is The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane. It is wonderful, and my class loves it every year!

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  3. My favorite read aloud is Sideways Stories from Wayside School also! Funny book.
    Tracey
    Third Grade All Stars

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  4. I love reading Chicka Chicka Boom Boom!

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  5. I love love love The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane. I tear up every time I read it - and so do the kids!

    Abby @ Third Grade Bookworm

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  6. One of my favorite read alouds is Junie B., First Grader At Last. I usually read it the first week of school.

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  7. I ALSO read the Sideways Stories from Wayside School series to my class every day!

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  8. My students loved Chocolate Fever last year! :)

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  9. My favorite read aloud is Junie B Jones first grader at last. I always read it first.

    Heather
    The Busy Busy Hive

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  10. My class loved the Hatchet series last year. I did have almost all boys!

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  11. A run read loud for teaching even and odd in Math is called Even Steven and Odd Todd. The kids love it!

    Diane
    Teaching with Moxie

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  12. I love to read The Amazing World of Stuart. The students love Stuart and all his adventures. I've never read Gooney, but I've always wanted to read it. Maybe that will be my next one to read after Stuart! Thanks for sharing and the opportunity at a giveaway!

    Learning With Susie Q

    susieqsclass@gmail.com

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  13. I really like The City of Ember when I taught 5th grade. Last year I taught 3rd and they loved The Secret of Droon.

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  14. My second graders enjoy hearing me read the Magic Tree House series. I read the first one aloud and the rest fly off the shelves! I love Gooney Bird Greene and my kids always do too!

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  15. I love reading Have You Filled a Bucket? It's a great way to kick off the school year!

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  16. I have so many...but one book I love to read is Spoon. It is great for reminding us we all have special talents and not to envy others since they might be envious of us.

    tokyoshoes (at) hotmail (dot) com

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